Making Aphasia Therapy and TBI Therapy Functional: A run down of how therapy for Aphasia, TBI, Dementia & Learning Disorders can change your brain AND your every-day life - Constant Therapy Blog

Making Aphasia Therapy and TBI Therapy Functional: A run down of how therapy for Aphasia, TBI, Dementia & Learning Disorders can change your brain AND your every-day life

Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC: TOP TEN LIST: Word Retrieval Strategies

Today's post is on word retrieval. Our grandmother recently suffered a stroke. The stroke has unfortunately made it more difficult fo.

Language, Yes/No Questions, WH Questions, Interrogative Sentences

Yes/No Question Task Cards {Is this a...}

BrainGame. excellent activity to address short term recall with adults.

excellent activity to address short term recall with adults. Can work with dementias as well as aphasias

Speech Therapy Materials for Adults - Free Sites for Aphasia

5 quality websites that offer free speech therapy materials suitable for using with adults with aphasia as well as ESL learners.

Making It Work: 6 AAC Strategies for People with Aphasia

Making It Work: 6 AAC Strategies for People with Aphasia. Topic boars for expressive aphasia

Treatment Strategies for Stroke.  Free Aphasia Symptom Chart! Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources.  Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy  for therapy resources.

Aphasia Symptom Chart, Speech & Language Adult Evaluation, Melodic Intonation Therapy, Semantic Feature Analysis, and Wh-Question Cues

Cookie Theft Picture

Cognitive-communication impairments associated with acquired brain injury (ABI) often identified using the classic "Cookie Theft" picture

Type, Location & Basic Characteristics of Aphasia Cheat Sheet

Type, Location & Basic Characteristics of Aphasia Cheat Sheet

Rationale SFA is used to improve word-retrieval abilities in clients with aphasia. This is done via spoken production of a target, most usually prompted through a picture stimulus, alongside struct...

Semantic Feature Analysis (SFA)

Rationale SFA is used to improve word-retrieval abilities in clients with aphasia. This is done via spoken production of a target, most usually prompted through a picture stimulus, alongside struct.

We hope that this educational infographic helps drive positive outcomes for all people living with Aphasia, and those who support them through advocacy, treatment and education. #aphasia #infographic

We hope that this educational infographic helps drive positive outcomes for all people living with Aphasia, and those who support them through advocacy, treatment and education.

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